My expertise is in medicine, not insurance, but generally, I would say no, unless you can prove:
-that a work condition caused or exacerbated a seizure condition,
-that a stressful work environment exacerbated an existing seizure condition,
-that a required duty caused you to be in a place where you sustained a head injury which caused the seizre, or
-that your employer required you to be at work despite their knowledge of an unusually high risk of seizure activity (you had run out of medication, for example).
Frankly, I think most of the above would be hard to prove.
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